Sunday Oct. 4 is National Taco Day in the U.S. (don’t ask) and everyone is really excited. And by everyone I mean everyone. Take the Augusta Police Department in Maine, that will be holding a taco eating contest starting at 3 p.m. According to … Continue reading ?
Lee Trevino skipped the Masters three times in the prime of his career, a move that baffled so many in the sport. He passed on Augusta National in 1970, '71 and '74, going on to win the U.S. Open and British Open in 1971 and the PGAShow More Summary
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — Yes, we’re aware that pimento cheese sandwiches exist outside of Augusta National, but in a golf context, (...)
Panthers DE Charles Johnson starts golf career at Augusta National
Nick Rangos is best known for creating Augusta National's pimento cheese sandwich, a dish so beloved that some salivate at the mere thought of it. He died this week in Aiken, South Carolina at the age of 86, the Aiken Standard reported. More...Show More Summary
Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Rick Jensen Donald Trump is the politically unhinged train wreck equivalent of the Kardashians. National news media executives understand the clickbait appeal of big booties and big mouths swinging around...Show More Summary
Zach Johnson's putting coach has another student hoping to find his way into the winner's circle at a national golf championship.
Tom Watson says the 2016 Masters will be his final tournament at Augusta National.
One more Masters: Tom Watson says 2016 will be his final tournament at Augusta National
12 rules Augusta National sets for TV commentators before the Masters
This is a truly fascinating find from ESPN’s Darren Rovell. Lots of nevers and don’ts. Among the more interesting rules: (...)
It’s been legend that Augusta National Golf Club issues rules to its Masters broadcast partners, ESPN, CBS and Westwood One on how to describe the course and what terms to use. Over the years, we’ve heard Jim Nantz & Co. use “patrons”...Show More Summary
Howell Raines, the controversial former editor of the New York Times and self-described "liberal to radical," notorious for using his perch to crusade against the all-male policies of Augusta National Golf Club and Fox News, is backShow More Summary
NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night, and revealed that he made a few deals with Golden State (...)
Manicured Augusta National and the gnarly links-style layout of Chambers Bay may be as different as southern hospitality and grunge rock but the two venues could have a common bond after Sunday -- Jordan Spieth.
Jordan Spieth was home last week in Dallas when he slipped into his green jacket from Augusta National.
Social media swooned Tuesday over the multi-pronged excerpt release
Earlier today, we ran an excerpt from author Shane Ryan’s new golf book. It was about the unrelenting pettiness of Augusta National Golf Club, from which even squirrels and birds can be banished for getting out of line. That post inspired commenter Clue Heywood to tell us a story about Randy Johnson scandalizing a local golf club for daring to rock a backwards hat … Read more...
The following is excerpted from Slaying the Tiger: A Year Inside the Ropes on the New PGA Tour. Read more...
Flanked by Fred Ridley, left and Craig Heathley, Billy Payne, Chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club speaks to reporters during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament on April 8. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) The sports front page of the April 9 edition of USA Today featured two columns from the Masters. Show More Summary